Davido recounts his struggles with getting fans to accept his albums

David Adeleke, nicknamed Davido, a Nigerian artist, has spoken out about his difficulties in persuading fans to embrace his albums, glamsquad reports 


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He was overjoyed by the great response to his current record, ‘Timeless,’ after 12 years on stage.

Adesope Olajide, the host of the Afrobeats Podcast, recently interviewed Davido.

“I’m glad people accepted ‘Timeless,'” he remarked. They’ve always been skeptical of my albums. It’s a different sensation for me because people never accepted my last record, but they did with this one. This is a new sensation for me, after 12 years of killing sh*t!”


“I’ve never felt so much love before.” It’s insane, bro,” the DMW CEO added.

Davido’s fourth studio album, ‘Timeless,’ has been shattering streaming records since its release, according to glamsquad.

The 17-track album is the first African album to debut at number one on the US iTunes chart.

It is also the highest charting album by an African artist on Apple Music in the United States (it reached at Number 2) and the biggest album first-day stream in Audiomack history.

Critics labeled Davido’s 2012 debut album ‘Omo Baba Olowo,’ his 2019 sophomore album ‘A Good Time,’ and his 2020 third studio album ‘A Better Time’ as “flops.”

The singer was accused of padding his albums with “old singles,” particularly on the 2019 album ‘A Good Time,’ which included ‘If’ and ‘Fall,’ which were released two years earlier.

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